Tag Archives: stories from Vrindavan

Cow = Mother = Yamuna. Can we save Yamuna now? | Ghats in Vrindavan & Mathura | The Traveling Sage

Even after writing about the inspirational story of Widows of Vrindavan, the intriguing  love affair of Bengal, the happy story of 5 children of God, a creative evening spent at Bankey Bihari, and the never ending monkey menace in the town,  I still feel there is more to Vrindavan. As if the

Photo Series: Yamuna as it is seen in Vrindavan & Mathura | Travel Photography | The Traveling Sage

During the August monsoon at Vishram Ghat, Mathura, the only time when there is brimming water in Yamuna and it doesn’t look like it is slowly dying.   The Yamuna flowing behind the supposedly Kans Quila, Mathura. You can see the filthy shores of Yamuna,

Bengal’s Love Affair with Vrindavan | Solo Traveling | Vrindavan, India | The Traveling Sage

Have you ever heard about Chaitanya Mahaprabhu? Well, he rediscovered Vrindavan around 500 years ago in early 16th century. He belonged to a Bengali Brahmin family, and thus began the love affair of the mighty Bengal with the tiny town of Vrindavan located on the

Day 1 to 4: Marred by the menace of monkeys | Vrindavan, India | The Traveling Sage

In the morning, moments after I left my home to board the express train to Mathura from Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, Delhi, my mother received a call from one of my cousin brothers who frequently visits Vrindavan and Mathura on short religious journeys. He told

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